Genetics For Dummies
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If you could open the nucleus of a cell and peek inside, you’d find chromosomes — the strands of DNA where genes reside. This figure helps you see how all the parts of a chromosome relate to one another.


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Tara Rodden Robinson, PhD, taught genetics at Auburn University and Oregon State University for almost 15 years. Lisa Cushman Spock, PhD, CGC, is a writer. She's spent much of her 20-year career as a medical researcher, clinical genomics specialist, and certified genetics counselor.

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